ACN - 101321555 Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS)
Search
Generic filters
Exact text matches only
Search into
Filter by Categories
Research integrity
Filter by Categories
Human Research Ethics

Resource Library

Research Ethics MonthlyAbout Us

ResourcesResearch IntegrityAsk The Chefs: What Is The Future Of Peer Review? – The Scholarly Kitchen (Ann Michael September 2016)

Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS)

Ask The Chefs: What Is The Future Of Peer Review? – The Scholarly Kitchen (Ann Michael September 2016)

Published/Released on September 15, 2016 | Posted by Admin on September 21, 2016 / , , , , , , ,
 


View full details | Go to resource


After the successful its successful debut last year, Peer Review Week is back — and it’s next week!

In the spirit of participation, we’ve asked the Chefs: What is the future of peer review?

Kent Anderson: If you take mainstream scientists and editors seriously, you could reasonably believe that the future of peer review will manifest as incremental improvements on current and past peer review approaches. If you take critics of peer review seriously, you could reasonably believe that the future of peer review will be a radical revision of current and past peer review approaches. If you take the gloomy forecasts of peer review workload seriously, you could reasonably believe that peer review — either incrementally improved or radically revised — is doomed to fail in the mid-term. So, what’s the future of peer review? I think it will represent all three forces proportionally — a vast and resilient center based on current practices enhanced by incremental improvements; a small and loud set of critics driving introspection and some embroidery around the edges; and a continued search for qualified reviewers and for reward systems that keep reviewers engaged…

Read the full discussion piece



Related Reading

Resources Menu

Research Integrity


Human Research Ethics

0